J. Alexander Kueng Viral Video: The ex-Minneapolis PD officer involved in the killing of George Floyd on June 25th, Alexander Keung was released on June 19 on bail from the prison. The former officer was recently spotted at Cub Foods Store, Minneapolis early morning Sunday (June 21) carrying an oreo biscuit packet.
As he was heading towards the check out line, Kueng was spotted and questioned by a woman that how is he able to shop in peace after committing such a horrifying crime. The Alexander Kueng Viral Video conversation follows:-
“What’s your name?” she asks.
“Oh, yeah that’s me,” Kueng responds.
The woman proceeds to express disgust over how peacefully he is shopping in a grocery store without a trace of disappointment.
“I wouldn’t call it comfortably. I would just say getting necessities,” Kueng mentions.
J. Alexander Kueng Viral Video: Shopping at Cub Foods Store
The video was shot by the sister of Josiah (@jk3rd_), a tweeter user who posted the clip on his twitter handle and it went viral. Take a look:-
As visible in the J. Alexander Keung Viral Shopping Video at Cub Foods Store, the interaction ended shortly afterwards the lady asked Kueng the most controversial question, “Do you feel any remorse for what you did?” However, the ex-officer did not answer the question and continued on his way to the billing counter.
Kueng posted bail for $750K which was collected by a fundraising campaign organized by his family members on GoFundMe website.
Despite being charged with the same felonies as other 3 officers, Alexander Keung received a positive response from the public as he, at least, tried to communicate with the then senior officer Derek Chauvin to “roll him [Floyd’s] over” as the unarmed black man screamed for air.
Thomas Plunkett, Kueng’s representative lawyer mentioned the same on the court hearing held on June 4, he said, “At all times Mr Kueng and Mr Lane turned their attention to that 19-year veteran. [Kueng] was trying – they were trying to communicate that this situation needs to change direction.”
Plunkett tried to change the course of the hearing by saying few humanizing words, he said: “he is a Black man who grew up in north Minneapolis with a single mom who adopted four at-risk children from the community.”
J. Alexander Kueng pulled Floyd out of his car while Derek Chauvin knelt on his George Floyd’s neck and it ended up killing him. J. Alexander Keung Wiki, Biography.
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